He asks that the death of his son serve so that "one more civil guard does not die" due to the "recklessness of the State"
MADRID, 13 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The mother of Miguel Ángel González, the civil guard from San Fernando (Cádiz) who died last Friday in Barbate along with another agent from Barcelona, David Pérez, when they were both run over by a drug boat, has criticized that the "unjust" death of his son is due to lack of means and because "they put him on a float against a drug boat."
In an audio sent to the 'Espejo Público' program on Antena 3 and collected by Europa Press, Francisca María Gómez stated that "there is no right" for "this to happen due to lack of means." For this reason, she has asked that the death of the two agents serve "so that not one more civil guard dies" due to the "recklessness of a State that does not provide them with the means to defend themselves."
"There is no right for this to have happened due to lack of means. They put my son on a float practically against a drug boat that passed him up to three times, until it went over him and took him away from me," he stated. the mother of the island agent, who has asked for "justice" for her dead son and his partner, as well as for the other two agents who were seriously injured.
Francisca regretted that "they should not have left in a zodiac", but in a Civil Guard boat, since then "this great misfortune would not have happened." Furthermore, she has stressed the need for the Government to "reinforce the strait" and to "do what has to be done, but to ensure that it does not happen again."
He has stressed that he wants "justice to be done" and that "those who have done this do not go unpunished", at the same time that he has demanded that "it does not happen again" that "any more State body" loses its life due to the lack of justice. of resources. "I don't even want to get into politics, nor do I want to get into anything, I just want to give voice to my son, who has been murdered," he added.
Francisca has detailed that her son "carried his flag high" and that "he always defended his country in the face of all adversity." However, she has lamented that "in fulfilling his duty and work" her life was taken.
"There is no right for them to do this to a mother, not to a mother, or to anyone," she continued, feeling sad in turn because her son "has not been allowed to fulfill his dreams" and because "he had only been in that destiny", where in such a short time he had earned "the affection of his companions.
After saying that the last message that Michelangelo sent her was "you don't know how much I love you, mom," Francisca has assured that her life "has gone from a before to an after" and that she will die "with this sadness" because they have taken away from his "soul child."
"They have stolen him from me doing his job, which was what he liked the most. Anyone who is a mother can imagine the great pain and sorrow that I carry inside," he concluded, describing Miguel Ángel as "the companion of his companions." , the friend of his friends, the best son, the best father".